Creamfields is making its way back to Malta once more on August 14th and 15th, 2017. This year, the famous festival will bring international artists such as Steve Aoki, Danny Howard and Tinie Tempah across the newly two day event on the island. Attendees can look forward to an open air venue, UNO Village, as well as Malta’s very own Cafe Del Mar. Additionally, the well known dance brand has partnered with BBC Radio 1, which will be hosting their first ever stage for the Malta event.
Both Creamfields and Creamfields Malta have the same vision for music experiences. Creamfields Malta will be presenting world class dance acts and high class production. Superstar headliners like Dim Mack boss Steve Aoki, grim icon Tinie Tempah, Radio 1 man Danny Howard, plus Klingande and Mambo Brothers will offer a diverse style of music. They can ensure that once you start dancing, you won’t be able to stop.
With BBC Radio 1 introducing their first own stage for Creamfields Malta at UNO Village on August 14th, those who attend can look forward to some musical surprises.
UNO Village is an open air space with multiple rooms with various elements that make the venue unique. It is equipped with a custom designed Funktion One sound system, three different stages, VIP booths, bars, and captivating lights and lasers. To top it all off, it has sleek and luxurious decor throughout the entire place.
Cafe Del Mar offers a different experience to party. With its breath-taking views of the Mediterranean Sea and St Paul’s island, attendees can eat, drink and sunbathe. The white simple decor compliments the natural beauty around the venue and provides a perfect party setting by the sea.
The two day music celebration is not something you will want to miss. A festival by the sea, with sunshine, top class DJs in a luxury setting is a combination for a dream music festival experience.